Yali was recently featured as part of WGN’s ‘Chicago’s Very Own’ feature on the 9-o’clock news! Thanks to supporters like you, we were able to raise $160,000 for KIDSS for Kids and Lurie Children’s Hospital so far!! Let’s keep it going! See the video about Yali as featured on WGN’s ‘Chicago’s Very Own’ below!

 

I am so deeply honored and humbled at being named one of Glamour magazine’s Top Ten College Women 2012! This award means a great deal to me, and I certainly have KIDSS for Kids and all of you to thank for it!

Buy a Yali’s Carry On, and 100% of the proceeds go towards supporting KIDSS for Kids and the new playroom at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago!

The Yali’s Carry On makes a great gift for the fashionista and altruist in your life! Buy one today!

 

Yali was recently at the new Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago for a check presentation and bag signing! Thanks to supporters like you, we were able to raise $160,000 for KIDSS for Kids so far!! Let’s keep it going! See the details in this article from the Chicago Tribune. Click on the image below to enlarge in a new window.

 

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Need an affordable gift for the altruist in your life?

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Click here [or the picture below] to purchase your Yali’s Carry On today in our new secure web store!


The power of the peacock tote bag can empower anyone to Carry On in the face of their own challenges!
Available in Khaki Canvas, Black or Grey Microfiber$85 [+S&H]

**All proceeds are donated to K.I.D.S.S. for Kids, an affiliated organization supporting the Child and Family Services at Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago.

This unique design incorporates 18 colors and is silk screened on a khaki canvas, black microfiber or grey microfiber tote with matching leather handles and detail. The tote is fully-lined and has inside pockets along with a full length top zipper to keep personal items both organized and secure.

Ultimately, it’s all about moving forward and Carrying On in the face of adversity.


 

Guess what? Yali’s Carry On was featured in the Chicago Tribune!

Read all about it: “Hand it to Her” – August 6, 2010